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Why Has a Divorce Discovery Process Been Initiated?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

When Florida couples go through a divorce, it is common for emotions to run high and for the future to feel uncertain. It is also possible to be introduced to a range of new terminology. For example, if your spouse has initiated divorce proceedings in Florida, you may soon encounter a term called “discovery.”… Read More »

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Support Awards Aren’t Gender-Based

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

There is an outdated notion when it comes to Florida divorces and finances, and this is that spousal support awards are gender-based. This is a misconception, the reality is Florida family law courts emphasize fairness and equality, recognizing that both spouses can find themselves on either side of alimony and child support determinations. When… Read More »

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You Decide What Makes a Divorce Successful

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

The definition of success is often connected to a person achieving something desired or planned. So while divorce can be a challenging journey that has periods of emotional turbulence and legal complexities, connecting with your desired outcome could result in you feeling your divorce was a success. When you connect with a Port St…. Read More »

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Shielding Assets Through Cryptocurrency

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Careful consideration of financial assets is part of divorcing, and in the digital age the rise of cryptocurrency has added a new layer of complexity to the process. After all, reviewing a person’s checking account balance and investment accounts will not include digital holdings, improperly shielding them from distribution. If you are moving toward… Read More »

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Why You Should (or Shouldn’t) Move Out of the Marital Home

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

There are a lot of significant decisions to make when divorcing in Florida, including whether to move out of the marital home or not. It is important to recognize that this decision is not one-size-fits-all, so what was right for a friend or family member may not be an optimal move for you. Share… Read More »

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What Does Grounds for Divorce Mean?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

If you are choosing to end a marriage, it is important to understand the grounds for divorce when initiating divorce proceedings. Grounds for divorce are essentially the legal reasons that justify the dissolution of a marriage. To explore next steps for your specific situation, meet with a Port St. Lucie family law attorney. Florida… Read More »

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5 Reasons to Choose Mediation When Divorcing

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

When faced with the difficult decision of ending a marriage, couples in Florida often explore two paths, either mediation or litigation. This is particularly true when spouses are unable to draft their own divorce agreement due to ongoing disputes. While litigation is the more traditional and adversarial approach, mediation offers a collaborative and alternative… Read More »

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Deciding When to End a Marriage and the Role of Legal Documents in Separation

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Choosing to end a marriage requires careful consideration and self-reflection. If you are contemplating divorce in Florida, exploring the possibility of gaining clarity through a period of separation can be beneficial. And if you are moving toward a separation, having the right legal documents in place is essential for protecting your interests. A Port… Read More »

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What Income Sources Are Reviewed When It Comes to Support Payments?

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Assessing the possibility of support payments and how much those payments would be is part of many Florida divorces. After all, ending a marriage is a huge financial change, often for both spouses. The support payment review process involves a careful examination of various income sources, and this is true whether a person is… Read More »

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Retaining Inherited Assets While Divorcing in Florida

By Baginski Brandt & Brandt |

Dividing assets when pursuing a divorce is often complex and emotionally charged, and it is possible for disputes to become even more heated when one or both spouses have assets that they inherited during the course of a marriage. To connect with the essential information you need, talk to a Port St. Lucie’s family… Read More »

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